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Islam's Achilles Heel

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Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Dec 9, 2007 at 00:19

Sharia is like a noose for a hangman. It's prime purpose is to kill the creative spirit. Once the spirit is dead the individual becomes like a docile lamb incapable of thinking for himself. He will only go where he is told to go and do only what he is told to do. There will be no art in him and no genius and he will have no life except that granted by the Mullahs. No music, no art, no poetry, no laughter, no life. Only prayer and slavish obesance. He might as well be dead.

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